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Jose: 'Campaign' not a nice word

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Jose Mourinho is a serial winner and master of the Premier League

The Blues manager insists he didn't give his players four days off, but catered to the needs of his players recuperation accordingly.
This season Jose Mourinho guided Chelsea to their fourth Premier League title and the 22nd trophy of his career.

LONDON -- Jose Mourinho's eyes got tighter and his mood suddenly more tenacious. It was the manager's usual Friday press conference, this time on the eve of Chelsea's April 0-0 draw with Arsenal, but he was initially doing something many would consider unusual for him.

Sitting behind a desk conspicuously placed so that the attending media must look up to him, Mourinho was trying to be magnanimous about longtime rival Arsene Wenger. Then, the offending question came, and the small room in the club's...

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Champions Chelsea out for one last hurrah before summer of changes

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hopes for Petr Cech to stay and admitted he would retract his comments regarding the refereeing 'campaign' against Chelsea.

The champagne has been on ice at Stamford Bridge since May 3, when Chelsea secured the Premier League title with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Three weeks on, and after the final game of the season against Sunderland on Sunday, John Terry -- Chelsea's captain, leader and legend -- will again get to lift above his head the most challenging trophy to win in world football.

The bubbly will be nicely chilled, and the denizens of the Bridge will be in a celebratory mood. But will those renowned...

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Didier Drogba to play last game for Chelsea ahead of move

Didier Drogba posted on his instagram account a video of him and his teammates doing a brilliant dinner table header challenge with the caption 'Boring boring chelseaaa!!!!!'.

Didier Drogba has announced Sunday's match against Sunderland will be his last game as a Chelsea player.

Drogba, 37, re-signed for Chelsea last summer, after leaving the club in 2012 following a successful eight years at Stamford Bridge.

The Ivorian has made 27 Premier League appearances this season, seven of which have been starts, scoring four times to help the Blues clinch the title.

Drogba told the club's official website: "I want to play for at least one more season and in order to play...

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Chelsea players are 'tired of me,' jokes Jose Mourinho

The ESPN FC panel choose their top picks for next season's Premier League title.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is looking forward to his players disappearing at the end of a gruelling but triumphant season.

The Blues will lift the Premier League trophy after Sunday's final match with Sunderland at Stamford Bridge before an open-top bus tour on Monday to celebrate their achievements this term.

Mourinho's side, who also won the Capital One Cup in March, will then travel to Bangkok and Sydney for a brief postseason tour, before the Portuguese can finally get some respite.

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Celebrations are over - Mourinho

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Jose Mourinho believes even the celebrations are over ahead of Chelsea's final game of the season with Sunderland.

The Barclays Premier League champions will be presented with the trophy after Sunday's match and parade it, and the Capital One Cup won in March, through west London on Monday.

Sunderland avoided relegation with one match to spare and Chelsea won the title with three games to go, so there is little to play for at Stamford Bridge.

"The motivation is to be the champions for us, and for them...